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Bizarre Creations’ 2008 charity drive

Ben Parfitt
The UK based developer of hits such as Project Gotham Racing and The Club has lined up a bumper four months of charity activity – and it’s asking members of the games industry to rally in support.

First up, on March 2nd Bizarre staff will be taking part in the Liverpool Half Marathon. This will be followed in April with the Liverpool Field of Hope Charity Walk.

Later in the year, June brings both the Abseil at Leasowe Lighthouse event and a 5000+ feet Parachute Jump.

The developer states: “If you're a supporter of Bizarre Creations we'd love for you to help in these endeavours by sponsoring us. Any money you decide to donate goes to help the lives of those affected by cancer and their families in any way possible.”

To donate and support these fine efforts, click here.

All of Bizarre’s charity events support the work of the Marie Curie Cancer Care foundation. Last year the firm raised over £6000 for charity.

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